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Promote culture and traditions for the development of Africa – Nana Oyeadieyie

Nana Oyeadieyie I, the Akwamuhene of Dwenase Bomaa in the Dormaa Ahenkro Traditional Area, has urged Africans to promote their rich culture, traditions and...
Wpid Akon

Year of Return: Invest in Africa – Akon urges African Diaspora

Global music superstar Akon, has urged Africans in the Diaspora to invest their talent and resources in Africa to help rebuild the continent. ...

Year of Return: “Joseph” movie premieres with the Late Obetsebi-Lamptey remembered

As Ghana climaxes its "Year of Return" with series of activities in December, a movie titled "Joseph" has been premiered in honour of one...
Harriet Tubman film depicting protagonist and leader of the Philadelphia Anti-Slavery Society

Harriet Tubman Film Highlights the Leading Role of Africans in Their Own Liberation

From enslavement in Maryland to the Civil War, one woman typifies the legacy of resistance Title: Harriet Director: Kasi Lemmons Producers: Gregory Allen Howard, Debra Martin Chase,...
Xenophobic attack in SA

Africans should unite to end xenophobic violence in South Africa – Naledi Pandor

"Africans have no choice but to be united" against hatred and conflicts that plague South Africa, an official said on Friday of the recent...
Person voting

New Afrobarometer report : Most Africans Want democratic elections As Best Way To Choose...

According to new Afrobarometer survey data, most Africans support democratic elections as the best way to choose their leaders if they see their previous...
Rwandan President Paul Kagame, his wife Jeannette Kagame, African Union Commission Chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker light the flame of remembrance at the Kigali Genocide Memorial during the commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the 1994 Rwandan genocide against Tutsi, in Kigali, capital of Rwanda, on April 7, 2019. Rwandans on Sunday started the commemoration to mark the 25th anniversary of the 1994 genocide that left over 1 million people dead, mainly ethnic Tutsis, with President Pual Kagame calling for continued efforts to transform the country. (Xinhua/Office of the President of Rwanda)

AU Urge Africans to Renew Their Pledge as They Remember Victims

As Africa marks the 25th Anniversary of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, the African Union (AU) has called on Africans to renew...
Qnet Empowering Africans

QNET Expo in Kumasi Seeks to Pave Way for Economic Empowerment in Africa

One of the leading global direct-selling giants, QNET is organizing an Expo in Kumasi from 23rd March to 24th March at the Golden Bean...
Africa Diasporas Development

Africans in the Diaspora Charged to Show Commitment to Africa’s Development

Mr Diallo Sumbry, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Adinkra Group of the United States of America (USA), has called on Africans...
Slavery In Virginia During The Th Century

Africans taken to the British colony of Virginia set the stage for the rise...

400 Years and the Struggle to End Enslavement, Colonialism and Neo-colonialism Note: Following is the text of an address delivered by the author on Thursday...

Ghanaian students at UK universities the fifth largest group of Africans

According to the latest higher education statistics, in 2017/18 a number of 1,495 students from Ghana were seeking to get a degree in UK,...

Nigerians living in Ghana will always respect the traditional laws of Ghana –...

The King of the Igbo Community in Ghana, Eze (Dr) Chukwudi Ihenetu, Eze Ohazurume I, Eze Ndi Igbo Ghana, has urged all Africans to...

Africans must lead fight to root out corruption – Zimbabwean Envoy

The Dean of the African Diplomatic Corps in Ghana Pavelyn Tendai Musaka has urged African citizens to be agents in the fight to stamp...

Somalia: “Say No to Famine” :Project Unveiled

The African Development Bank’s Deputy Director General for East Africa, Nnenna Nwabufo, represented the institution at the launch of the Say No to Famine...
Africans Story

As Africans We Must Be Proud of Own Story

Ghanaians and Africans in general have been urged to tell their own story to the world instead of depending on others to do...
A Djiboutian girl kisses a female medical care staff on the cheek, Aug. 29, 2017. (CFP photo by Jiang Shan)

China’s Peace Ark Brings Hope to Africans

After wrapping up a 155-day humanitarian visit to Africa, Chinese naval hospital ship Peace Ark arrived at a military port in Zhoushan, east China’s...
Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa

Ablakwa Roots for Africa in the Diaspora

Mr Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Ranking Member on Foreign Affairs has called for international publicity to highlight the “Right of Abode” law, which offer Africans...
African Achievers Awards

7th Edition of AAA Honoured Notable Africans in London

Westminster: the African Achievers Awards now in its 7th Edition, has honoured great African Achievers from African Leaders, Young Achievers, Community Builders to Captains...

Agriculture In Ghana Vulnerable To Climate Change

Mr Kingsley Kwako Amoako, Head of Environment and Climate Unit at the Ministry of Food and Agriculture has said Ghana needs to embrace global...

Harvard Africa Alumni Charges Africans to Fall onto Opportunities Available

The maiden edition of the Harvard Africa Alumni Forum has ended in Accra with a call on Africans to leverage the many opportunities available...
Photo taken on Sept. 15 shows the general outside view of the National Theatre of Ghana in downtown Accra, Ghana. As a landmark in Accra, the National Theatre of Ghana that was completed in 1992, was built under loans by Chinese government. (Xinhua/Lin Xiaowei)

Yahya Meirigah Bemoans African Lack of Boldness

Mr Yahya Meirigah, a Senior Performer, Ghana Dance Ensemble, has said Africans lack boldness to take hard decisions to turn the fortunes of the...
All African Students Union

*Lets Put First Our Roots As Africans* – AASU SG

The Secretary General of the All African Students Union, AASU Peter Kwesi Kodjie has observed the need for students and the youth of Africa...

How Western Media gets it wrong on Rwanda

Africans have for long been subjected to the thinking that prosperity and stability can only be achieved through western prescriptions. Trying other approaches like...
Wpid Nelsonmandela

South Africa envoy urges Africans to live legacies of Nelson Mandela

The South African High Commissioner to Ghana, Lulu Xingwana, on Tuesday called on Africans to live the legacies of Nelson Mandela by taking action...

Rebecca Martin urges Africans to emulate U.S in addressing public health emergencies

Dr Rebecca Martin, Director for Centre for Global Health of the United States Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, has asked African countries to...

Build your economies independent of foreign aid – President Akufo-Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has urged African leaders to assume responsibility for the transformation of their economies, and depart from the mindset of...

Italian Football Federation Bans Sulley Muntari

Former Black Stars player Mr. Augustine Arhinful, has described the Italian Football Federation (IFF), decision to ban Sulley Muntari as disrespectful to the people...

Experts sheds the light on India’s racism over Africans

The recent news of attacks on African students in the northern Indian city of Greater Noida near Delhi have apparently exposed the deeply rooted...
AFP/File / Yamil Lage While Cuba's communist regime has implemented modest economic reforms, allowing some private ventures, running a business on the island remains a challenge

Cuban authorities toughen up on immigration reforms

The Information Services Department (ISD) On Friday, issued a word of caution to the public, to desist from engaging in any transactions with a...

Africa Trade Meeting: African’s Unable to Attend Due to U.S. Visa Denials

Each year, the University of Southern California brings delegations from Africa to meet with business leaders, government officials and others in the U.S. But...